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[Archived Webinar, November 2012] Three Digital Revolutions

Instructor: Sara Goo

The Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project has been tracking digital trends since 2000. Our data reveals three digital revolutions taking place today that are shaping how information is woven into our lives: We’re Connected, more Mobile and more Social more than ever before.

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Overview

Who should take this course:

Local community foundation leaders, local journalists, bloggers and communications professionals looking for data on how Americans connect to one another online, on mobile devices and social media.

What you will learn:

  1. A reality check on digital trends and habits in the U.S., including who’s not connected.
  2. How Americans are using mobile devices; the ‘dual screen’ effect and how we’re all content creators.
  3. Social media as a tool for action because of tighter connections; the link between social media use and offline civic engagement.

Sara Goo

Sara Goo leads digital content, strategy and audience engagement efforts at Pew Research Center, a non-partisan ‘fact tank’ that tracks
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